Bitcoin Core 0.19.0(.1) was released!
Release notes: https://bitcoincore.org/en/releases/0.19.0.1/
Dear mastodon.nl users - so far maintaining mastodon.nl has just been a project I've done out of my own pocket. I would be okay to keep providing the service at cost if we can find a way to cover the hosting + domain costs (~15eu/month). Who would be willing to donate a small amount per month to keep using mastodon.nl?
New release: v0.11.0 https://github.com/writeas/writefreely/releases/tag/v0.11.0
Upgrading to #emacs 27 Mostly for the json stuff.
First Darktable 3.0 Release Candidate is Live with New Features and Major UI Improvements https://petapixel.com/2019/11/05/first-darktable-3-0-release-candidate-is-live-with-new-features-and-major-ui-improvements/
EmacsConf 2019 is tomorrow. Even if a conference about Emacs doesn't seem like your thing, it's worth taking a look at how it's being put on.
It's 100% remote, all talks are live streamed, live transcriptions are posted to IRC. Audience questions are taken from a different IRC channel.
It's the conference version of "everybody dials in." I'd like to see more conferences put on this way.
Byte juggling finished for my laptop. Now running 2 SSDs with #btrfs in raid1 profile. Backup of disk goes to NAS with rsync. (Want to add some sort of snapshotting to that)
#TIL dd also copies the disk/fs UUIDs when cloning a disk
Hmm, I was under the *impression* that _some_ text `formatting` was supported by mastodon
( see https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/853 )
Is that instance specific? Am I missing something?
The amount of mail without the required 'Message-ID' and 'Date' headers crossed my annoyance-threshold.
Here's a solution, using postfix:
`always_add_missing_headers = yes
`/^Date:[ ]*$/i STRIP`
This has two effects:
- if Date: header is blank, it will be stripped and logged that this is done
- missing required headers will be generated by postfix, including stripped ones
@mdbraber Any ETA for upgrading the instance mastodon.nl to version 3.x ?
Migrated to mu(4e) from notmuch for my email; took me "only" 3 days.
- rationale of 'state in maildir only' helps me keep sane when using many machines
- refiling messages is natively supported
- format=flowed support
- UI of mu4e, especially compose and attachment handling
- less glue needed to have a complete workflow
Things I lost:
- remote use over ssh (although the 'mu server' paradigm gives me hope)
It's all a lot simpler now.
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